Hopkins beats Salisbury State for 15th straight home victory Colleges

October 12, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Eric West scored on a penalty kick at 45: 45 and later assisted on a goal by Dean Saglio, as 18th-ranked Johns Hopkins defeated visiting Salisbury State, 2-0, in men's soccer yesterday.

The Blue Jays (8-2) have won 15 consecutive home games, and the shutout was their fourth of the season.

UMBC 4, Coastal Carolina 3: Ted Lawler's breakaway goal with 30 seconds left in the first overtime lifted the Retrievers to a Big South Conference victory in Conway, S.C.

Lawler's goal capped a furious second-half rally by UMBC (4-8-1, 1-2), which overcame a 3-1 halftime deficit.

St. Francis (N.Y.) 1, Mount St. Mary's 0: Duke Shamo scored the only goal of the game in the 56th minute, as the host Terriers (10-4, 4-1) defeated the Mountaineers (7-5-2, 1-2-2) in a Northeast Conference game.

Chowan 3, St. Mary's 0: Akira Kon and Todd Hurst scored first-half goals to lead the Braves past the host Seahawks (6-5).

Centenary 5, Villa Julie 2: Fred Njuko and Jeff Merryman scored second-half goals for the host Mustangs (3-9), who surrendered five second-half tallies.

Women's soccer

Loyola 1, Canisius 0: The Greyhounds (9-3-2) extended their winning streak to nine games after Amy Goest scored off a corner kick at 9: 40 to beat host Canisius (5-6).

UMBC 3, UNC-Asheville 2: Shannon Bagrosky scored the game-winner from 35 yards 2: 31 into overtime.

Western Maryland 2, Catholic 0: Erin Murphey and Erin Kelly scored in the first half to lift the visiting Green Terror (6-4).

Villa Julie 7, Centenary 1: Tara Lafferty scored three goals as the Mustangs (9-4-1) beat visiting Centenary (4-7).

Field hockey

College of Notre Dame 1, Roanoke 0: Erin Schaller scored on a corner with no time left to lift the host Gators (10-4-1).

Washington College 4, Catholic 0: Linda Fortucci scored a goal and added two assists, as the Shoremen (10-2) defeated the visiting Cardinals (7-6).

Pub Date: 10/12/97

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